VJLAP is excited to announce VOLUNTEER TRAINING is planned for Friday, July 26!
If you are currently volunteering or would like to volunteer for VJLAP, please join us for a day of learning. Lunch will be provided.
🗓️ Date: Friday, July 26
🕒 Time: 9:45AM – 3:30PM
📍 Location: 4801 Cox Road, Suite 108, Glen Allen, VA
PLEASE KINDLY RSVP on or before July 12 by sending an email to: bmardigian@vjlap.org
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SAVE THE DATE and plan to join VJLAP for the 20th Annual Fall Retreat in Winchester, VA on September 21-22 at The George Washington. It’s going to be a weekend filled with incredible programming, comradery, rejuvenation, and fun. Don’t miss out – mark your calendars now! Registration link will be posted soon and more details to follow!

How We Can Help

To the Family Member of a Law Student, Judge or Lawyer Who is Suffering

To the Family Member of a Law Student, Judge or Lawyer Who is Suffering

When it comes to treating mental health issues, alcohol and drug problems, everyone in the family plays a part in supporting treatment and recovery of the afflicted lawyer, judge or law student.

The help Virginia Judges & Lawyers Assistance Program can offer may take many forms, such as: 

  • Assessment
  • Counseling
  • Informal and formal interventions
  • Information about and referral to treatment resources
  • Professional consultation
  • Support groups and monitoring

Our services are completely confidential, and any issues that you reveal about the lawyer, judge or law student in distress are never reported to the discipline arm of the State Bar for any reason.

Call today to get your loved one on the road to recovery: 804-644-3212

To the Family Member Who is Suffering Secondhand

The exceptional demands that come with being a lawyer or judge can have crushing ripple effects on your marriage or family. If you are a family member of a lawyer, judge or law student, you can suffer secondhand from these demands. If you think you may be suffering from a mental health issue like anxiety or depression, or even an addiction problem, our program can help you, too. 

Call us today so we can get your loved one the help he or she needs: 804-644-3212

To the Lawyer or Judge with a Family Member Who is Suffering

Are you a lawyer or judge who’s noticed your partner develop what could be a mental health disorder or an addiction problem? As a lawyer or judge, you want to solve other people’s problems, but you may not be able to help your partner alone.

And that’s okay. That’s where we come in.

Call us today so we can get your loved one the help he or she needs: 804-644-3212

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